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A colorful individual apt in the use of technology for social progress; exerting passion for people—hardly ever flabbergasted by anyone's occasional demotion from rationale; oft loves sharing great new comedic material in the ongoing joke…


Jul
26
answered Server should accumulate several requests and to retrurn response for all
Nov
27
awarded  Yearling
Apr
2
answered Custom use of Authorization header in a REST API
Feb
19
awarded  Caucus
Feb
8
awarded  Peer Pressure
Nov
27
awarded  Yearling
Oct
3
revised Examples of non open source projects on Bitbucket or Github
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Oct
3
answered Examples of non open source projects on Bitbucket or Github
Oct
3
comment When to use functional programming approach and when not? (in Java)
@Den you might consider types that act as callbacks/receivers as an example. They can be provided inline, anonymously, but even in cases where their use is functionally correct and they perform a minor task, like simply returning the class name as in the first snippet, their declaration is unavoidably verbose and whichever style guide you use will immediately single out chunks that receive unnecessary attention and give rise to queer feelings.
Oct
2
answered Is it possible for a good programmer to have never used version control?
Sep
11
awarded  Excavator
Sep
11
revised Dealing with engineers that frequently leave their jobs
Improved text styling
May
5
comment Is it bad practice to name an unused variable with a single underscore?
@Izkata I stand corrected ^^
May
4
revised Is it bad practice to name an unused variable with a single underscore?
Simple polishing
May
4
suggested suggested edit on Is it bad practice to name an unused variable with a single underscore?
May
4
comment Is it bad practice to name an unused variable with a single underscore?
_ is a standard in Python as @NeilG says, but PyLint will complain about unused variables--rightfully so, because you can avoid them in all cases.
May
3
answered Is it a responsibility of the software developer to understand what the customer meant with his request?
Apr
30
answered What and how to unit test a django web application?
Apr
28
comment How to improve the training of students regarding maintainability?
I'm having a hard time understanding the downvote here. You can recite software design from your bible of choice as much as you want, but the major problem is that developers are often under the impression that it doesn't matter because nobody cares to provide them with a better alternative from what they've done. If you do not instill the students with the sense of importance to constantly doubt the quality of of work they're producing and question the decisions they're making, then I really doubt how much a course on maintainability could prove useful to them.
Apr
22
answered Object Oriented Programming Concepts and Interviews